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Nervous System and Brain

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Signs and Symptoms: Neurologic Manifestations | Pain | Information Processing Disorders | Language Disorders | Learning Disorders | Perceptual Disorders

Central Nervous System: Brain Diseases | Brain Injury | Infections | Malformations | Spinal Cord Diseases | Spinal Cord Injury

Other Diseases and Disorders: Autoimmune Nervous System Diseases | Autonomic Nervous System Diseases | Cranial Nerve Disorders | Degenerative Nervous System Diseases | Dementias | Headache and Migraine | Motor Neuron Diseases | Movement Disorders | Peripheral Nerve Disorders | Sleep Disorders

Other Topics: General Nervous System and Brain | Anatomy | Diagnostic Procedures | Neural Transplantation | Surgery


Spinal Cord Injury

(Jump to: General Information | Rehabilitation & Management | Research | Specific Injuries )

General Information
Spinal Cord Injury:AANS
Spinal Cord Injury: Hope Through Research:NINDS
Where is the Spinal Cord Damaged?:Merck Manual, Home Edition
Spinal Cord Injuries: MedlinePlus


Specific Injuries
Brown-Sequard Syndrome:NINDS
Central Cord Syndrome:NINDS
Central Cord Syndrome:AANS
Spinal Cord Infarction:NINDS


Rehabilitation and Management
Spinal Cord Injury Information Sheets (Index):Spinal Cord Injury Information Network
Spinal Cord Injury Resources (Index):Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago


Research
Role of the Immune System in Spinal Cord Injury:NINDS
Functional and Dysfunctional Spinal Circuitry: Role for Rehabilitation and Neural Prostheses:NINDS Workshop (2000)
Re-establishing Connectivity in the Damaged Spinal Cord:NINDS Workshop (2001)
Translating Promising Strategies for Spinal Cord Injury Therapy:NINDS Workshop (2003)
Research Programs:Christopher Reeve Foundation


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